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#180, December 2015
Modi in Lahore: Indian and Pakistani Reflections
#179, October 2015
China in Afghanistan: Balancing Power Projection and Minimal Intervention
Hugo Chéné
Research Intern, IPCS
#178, February 2015
Charting Global Transitions
IPCS Annual 2015
#177, February 2015
IPCS Forecasts: Bangladesh in 2015
Delwar Hossain
#176, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: India's Northeast in 2015
Wasbir Hussain
#175, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: East Asia in 2015
Sandip Kumar Mishra
#174, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: Pakistan's Militant Groups in 2015
D Suba Chandran
#173, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: Naxal Violence in 2015
Bibhu Prasad Routray
#172, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: Southeast Asia in 2015
Shankari Sundararaman
#171, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: Pakistan in 2015
Salma Malik
#170, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: Pakistan in 2015
Sushant Sareen
#169, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: Nepal in 2015
Pramod Jaiswal
#168, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: West Asia in 2015
Ranjit Gupta
#167, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: The Indian Ocean in 2015
Vijay Sakhuja
#166, January 2015
Building Synergies: The Northeast & India’s New Government 
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